Saturday 24th April 2021 at 2pm

This meeting will take the form of an online Zoom Meeting or Zoom Seminar

Members will be given access details to the AGM nearer the time.
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The Ringing World National Youth Contest is being held in Liverpool on 6th July 2019, and since it is being hosted at a LACR tower, Graham Turner from Bamber Bridge set out to find candidates to form an LACR team to enter the RWNYC.

The inaugural meeting of this enterprise was held at Billsborrow (between Garstang and Preston) on Saturday 17th Nov. 10 young ringers went along, and one or two that could not attend this time may come along to join them next time.

Several branches were represented with contingents from Furness & South Lakeland, Fylde, Lancaster, Preston, Rochdale, and Wigan. It began with introductions, fish and chips for lunch, and a brief quiz, and the vicar came by and wished everyone well, before ringing for 1½ hours.

The whole afternoon was warmly received, with very capable young ringers from almost 10 to 16 years of age, and abilities ranging from rounds and call changes, to Grandsire triples.

For those of us ‘oldies’ who taxied them to the tower, it was a truly inspiring moment to see our newest generation of ringers taking hold and ringing the bells so competently.

This was a meeting to mingle, and break the ice, rather than embark on any regime of striking competition practice, and the striking varied but was mostly good and very encouraging. We look forward to the next instalment early next year with some enthusiasm.

Finally, if anyone has any fun suggestions for our team name, please let Andy Pollock know (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 07879 411824) for our young ringers to consider when the time comes to choose a name. The 2018 team names can be seen at

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Ringing Out For Peace

A nationwide Day of Commemorative Events marking the Centenary of the end of the First World War and paying tribute to the millions killed or wounded in battle, and those on the home front who struggled amidst pain and loss to help ensure freedom survived.

There is still time time to register your tower but to be included in the Guide To Taking Part document please do so by 23rd October.

Please note that this is for the ringing at 7:05pm which follows the lighting of the beacons at 7:00pm.

Visit the Battle's Over website for more information.

Or click here to go straight to the form to register your tower.

BellBoard Event

Click here for the official BellBoard event for all ringing on and around the centenary of the World War One Armistice, on 11th November 1918.

Add your details to the national list of events taking place to mark Armistice 2018.



Click here for the official CCCBR certificate which can be used to record details of your tower's ringing.